Title: Has America Lost Its Moral Compass? – A Mormon Perspective. "The word “morals” is derived from the Latin word “moribus” which is translated as our English word “behavior.” The Latin phrase socialis moribus is then translated as social behavior. Morality is thus defined as the principles that govern the distinction between right and wrong or good and bad behavior."
"Courage is different from bravery. It is from the Latin word 'cour' which is 'heart.' The original definition was "to tell the story of who you are with your whole heart." So really it is the courage to be imperfect, to have the compassion to be kind to yourself first & then to others." We cannot practice compassion with others unless we treat ourselves kindly."-Brené Brown
Title: Mormon Baptism for the Dead. "A “proxy baptism” (also referred to as a vicarious baptism or baptism for the dead) is then defined as “the religious practice of baptizing a living person on behalf of an individual who is deceased; with the living person receiving the ordinance of baptism, for the deceased person.”"
Title: Special Witnesses of Christ Reach Out to the World in Social Media. "With the ever-evolving world of technology and social media, more and more people, both the younger generation and even some of the older generation, are becoming more actively engaged in the use of electronic communications."
Title: Mormon Charity: Are we not all beggars? "Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (more commonly referred to as the Mormon Church) are humanitarians by nature. They emulate the love of the Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, by always being willing to "lift up the hands which hang down, and the feeble knees" (Hebrews 12:12) whenever and wherever the need arises."
Title: Mormonism Answers: Jesus’ Church. "The media and many other people commonly refer to The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints as the Mormon Church, and thus, the Church’s faithful members are referred to as Mormons. One of the main causes for this misnomer is that Latter-day Saints (as they are properly named) use another volume of scripture in their teaching and personal study, called the Book of Mormon."